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Guppy Gallery - Blue Green BiColor

The blue green bicolor guppy comes in many types. blue, green, or blue-green must be the dominate color over the secondary color in the tail. The dorsal should match the same color and pattern in the tail. A blue green bicolor must have a base color that must be blue/green/blue-green and the secondary color must be at least 25% of the tail color. Both colors must be distinct. No other third color that is more that 15% should be present or it would considered a multi-colored guppy.

 
Blue bicolor guppy
A Galaxy type guppy. This fish would be entered in the blue green bicolor class.
Metal head blue bicolor guppy A blue metal head type guppy. This guppy carries the Y-link traits for the metal head and snakeskin. This fish would be entered in the blue green bicolor class.
Blue Bicolor guppy A light blue bicolor guppy. This fish would be entered in the blue green bicolor class.
Green Bicolor Guppy A light green bicolor guppy. This fish would be entered inthe blue green bicolor class. Dorsal fin is short and needs to be 1 to 3 proportion instead of its 1 to 2. Good dorsal and tail dot pattern match.
Green Bicolor Guppy A green bicolor guppy. This fish would be entered inthe Blue Green Bicolor class
Moscow green bicolor guppy A green bicolor with the Y-linked Moscow trait. This fish would be entered in the blue green bicolor class.
A blue green bBicolor showing the recessive genetic gold trait. This fish would be entered in the blue green bicolor class.
green bicolor guppy Green bicolor type. Genetic snakeskin and zebrinous male. The zebrinous bars have masked some of the snakeskin rossette pattern. Since there is less than 60% rossette body pattern this fish is entered in the blue green bicolor class.
metal head green bicolor guppy
A green metal head type guppy. This guppy carries the Y-link traits for metal head and snakeskin. This fish would be entered in the blue green bicolor class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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